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Lund Boat Cover

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I have a 2001 Lund Explorer 1675 and I would really like a cover. Does anybody have one that is for that boat they are selling?

Or does anybody know where I can order one at a decent price? I checked out a couple dealers and the price was high.

Thanks!

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I made one for my old sea king. I got a piece of .060 rubber roofing material, made a couple of boughs for it laid it over the boat folded it under and put some brass grommets through both layers of rubber and strung a small rope all the way around it you can pull it tight and use a couple of bungie cord to hold it down the only drawback is that it will be kind of heavy, but have towed my boat down the road behind my car at 60mph and it never moved I made mine almost 10 years ago and is in good shape

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there is a reason why "only the dealer has it" Its one of the best covers out there, they last forever, i highly recomend them.

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I've got two covers for Lund 1775 Pro-V's (maybe I buy boats too often...) that I don't need and they're just gathering dust in my garage. Best offer takes either one or both...

Call me at 612-201-4453. North Metro

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if you want to make a rubber cover check with a roofing contractor he may have a scrap piece left over from a job and let it go for a reasonable price, mine was free they don't often use a small pieces.

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